Hawaiian Mango and Pineapple Salsa
The Hawaiian Mango and Pineapple Salsa is a delightful combination of sweet and spicy flavors, featuring fresh pineapple, mango, peppers, and rice vinegar. This fruit salsa offers a light and refreshing taste that is both invigorating and delicious. The ingredients include mango, pineapple, tomato, red or white onion, cilantro, minced garlic, salsa seasoning, sugar (optional), lime juice or vinegar (optional), chopped jalapeno, and ketchup (optional, for added thickness).
To prepare the salsa, all the ingredients are chopped and combined in a bowl. The seasoning, including salsa seasoning, sugar, lime juice or vinegar, jalapeno, and optional ketchup, are mixed together and added to the fruit mixture. It’s recommended to taste the salsa first to determine if additional sugar or lime juice is needed, as the sweetness and tartness of the fruits can vary.
This versatile salsa pairs well with a variety of dishes, including chips, grilled chicken, salmon, pork chops, shrimp, or pasta. Additionally, it can be used as a base for creating a flavorful pasta salad by adding a drizzle of Italian dressing. This Hawaiian Mango and Pineapple Salsa offers a burst of vibrant flavors and can be a delightful addition to any meal or gathering. Its combination of tropical fruits and zesty seasonings makes it a standout dish that’s sure to please the palate.
|1 cup of mango or one mango
|1 cup of pineapple
|1 cup of tomato or one big tomato
|1/4 cup of red or white onion
|1/4 cup of chopped cilantro
|1 tablespoon of minced garlic
|1 tablespoon of salsa seasoning (sell at the canning section at Wal-Mart)
|1 teaspoon of sugar (if the fruit sweet don’t add sugar)
|1 to 2 tablespoon of lime juice or vinegar (if the fruit is sour don’t add lime juice)
|1 chopped Jalapeno
|2 tablespoon of ketchup (this is optional I put it to make my salsa thicker)
Directions to make Hawaiian Mango and Pineapple Salsa
- Chop everything and put in the bowl.
- Mix all the seasoning together and enjoy
- Fresh fruit salsa sometime too sweet sometime too tart, you have to taste it first before you add sugar and lime juice.
- This salsa go well with chip, grill chicken, grill salmon, prok chop, shrimp or pasta with a little drizzle of Italian dressing you can make a pasta salad from this salsa.
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Serving Size: 2
Calories Per Serving: 164